Nope. As we don't drive our cars in the winter, we only drive during the bright summer months and don't actually need our low beams. :D

Do you have a link?

Ah, found the information.

RECALL #2: 2005-2007 Chevrolet Corvette

"This recall of 111,889 U.S. vehicles is meant to fix a serious problem with the low-beam headlights. GM says that "When the engine is warm, the underhood electrical center housing could expand, causing the headlamp low-beam relay control circuit wire to bend slightly." Over time, the circuit wire can break, disabling the low-beam headlights.

This problem appears to affect Corvettes from the 2008-2013 model years, too, though GM says that those vehicles will be repaired via a Customer Satisfaction Program, rather than a full-fledged recall. As with recall #1, GM hasn't specified how it will fix the problem."

It is weird that it is for US Corvettes only. Maybe due to the daytime running light laws they used different relays in the Canadian cars?
Mine is from US too. Just a word to the wise, if you haven't registered your car with GM, they will only trace it to the last person that owned it. When recalls like this happen if it's in your name you will be notified. I did mine the day after I bought it and all you need is your current registration and your good to go.
Mine is a US car also. When I took mine in for first oil change after private purchase and the service manager typed in the VIN it immediately came up with service bulletins that hadn't been completed. Was all covered and was trouble free.
If anyone wants to know if their Vette is affected by this recall please PM me the last 8 digits of your VIN and I can check for you. Or call/Txt the same to 416-826-7006.
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